Back any NFL team to win and Betway will pay you out as a winner if they lead by 14 points or more at any time. Here are Jack Green's picks for Week 7.

Los Angeles Rams to beat Atlanta Falcons

The Rams started the season 3-0 before losing their last three games, but a trip to Atlanta should be just what they need to get back on track.

Los Angeles have problems, but the Falcons are a complete disaster. They’re 1-5 after losing to the Arizona Cardinals last week and have conceded an average of 31 points per game, the second-worst in the NFL.

Atlanta’s key man on offense is receiver Julio Jones but he now faces a daunting match-up against star cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who was traded to the Rams by the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday.

Green Bay Packers to beat Oakland Raiders

The Packers eked out a 23-22 win over the Detroit Lions on Monday night, moving to 5-1 at the top of the NFC North.

They have held their opponents to 19.2 points per game this season – the league’s ninth-best mark – and they also rank inside the top half of the NFL in scoring offense.

The Raiders shocked the Chicago Bears in their last game before a Week 6 bye and have defied expectations all season, but they were beaten comfortably by both the Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings and should come unstuck against a similarly talented Packers team.

New Orleans Saints to beat Chicago Bears

After winning their fourth successive game in the absence of starting quarterback Drew Brees, the Saints must be respected.

Teddy Bridgewater has played well since stepping in for Brees in Week 2, but New Orleans have been exceptional defensively, holding their last four opponents to an average of 16.8 points per game.

The Bears are also a great defensive team, but their offensive problems were clear when they were beaten 24-21 by the Bears in London in Week 5 and they simply cannot compete with the Saints’ talent on that side of the ball.

Seattle Seahawks to beat Baltimore Ravens

Seattle are 5-1 after coming from behind to beat the Cleveland Browns 32-28 last week, and they have now scored at least 27 points in five consecutive games.

Quarterback Russell Wilson has played himself into the MVP discussion by averaging 284 passing yards per game while throwing 14 touchdowns and no interceptions.

He should slice apart a Ravens defence that has been poor against the pass all year, and Baltimore’s offense has stuttered in the past few weeks, meaning they’ll struggle to keep pace.


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